Today’s services revolve around one of my favorite players on one of my favorite hockey teams, Boston Bruins forward David Pastrňák.
David Pastrňák (25 May 1996) nicknamed “Pasta”, is a Czech professional ice hockey right winger for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was selected by the Bruins in the first round, 25th overall, of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Pastrňák’s father wanted him to play ice hockey. Following a lengthy battle with cancer, his father died. Pastrňák accounts this as the reason why he began practicing and training so hard, to make it as a hockey player for his father.
Pastrnak is a beast, and at age 22, he is one of the Bruins premier players. He is now preparing for the Stanley Cup Finals, and hopefully, the B’s will win it all.
Since the passing of his father, he has done everything he can to honor him while helping take care of his mom. Overall, Pastrnak is a very good man.
David is also a dog lover, but one wonders how he keeps track of an animal so tiny.
Pastrnak was born and raised in the Czech Republic, which is one of Europe’s hockey empires.
Oh, there’s also a bonus video of Pastrnak. Just because.
The services have ended. Go Bruins!